As the traditional custodians of the land Indigenous people have a unique place in the cultural make-up of our community.
The City of Armadale has long recognised the value of working collaboratively to prevent crime and enhance community safety.
The City’s Community Development team works with individuals, groups, non-profit organisations, service providers and government agencies to assit in fulfilling community needs and aspirations.
The City recognises the crucial role volunteers play and has a designated service to assist volunteers and community organisations.
The City of Armadale supports the delivery of services by local agencies and organisations to people with a disability, carers and families.
The City of Armadale recognises the importance of working with older people in our community to enable them to meet their own needs and links them with appropriate services when support is required.
The City of Armadale is located 30 minutes southeast of the CBD and has an estimated population of 76,000, which is likely to increase to 182,000 by 2031.
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The City works with community groups and service providers to support children’s interests, abilities and needs and support parental involvement in play, learning and care.
The City is dedicated to providing young residents with a range of opportunities to contribute to and participate in their community.